FAQ

Frequently asked questions

What is the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

Who can benefit from the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

Why the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

How does the Dynamic Stair Trainer works?

How does the DST save your institute time, money and space?

What is the secret of the DST that made its enormous success?

 

What is the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

The Dynamic Stair Trainer is a progressive rehabilitation device designed to enable patients to gradually regain the ability to walk and use stairs again.

The apparatus features four steps whose height can be adjusted electronically from zero to 16.5 centimeters (0- 6.5 inches), giving the physiotherapist a set of stairs at any desired height. For example, for a patient who during the early stage of his rehabilitation process  can barely raise his feet, the physiotherapist can adjust the stairs to the height of 2 cm. (or one inch). Along with the patient's progress, the physiotherapist can and will raise the height between the stairs up to 16.5 cm. (6.5 inches). 

At the horizontal position (flat) the DST is used as an advanced parallel bar, enabling the physiotherapy room to enjoyed two different devices in one. Thus saving valuable footprint.

The Dynamic Stair Trainer is also equipped with handrails on either side; the height of the handrails and width between them can be adjusted.

Who can benefit from the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

The device is designed to be used from the early stage of the rehabilitation process. Anyone who is in need of physical therapy including people after a stroke, a heart related episode, orthopedic injuries,  car or work related accidents, neurological  injuries or amputations, surgery (including knee replacement ) and so on, can benefit immensely from practicing on the DST. This includes seniors and children.  

Why the Dynamic Stair Trainer?

Naturally, healthy people take for granted daily activities involving walking and stair climbing.  A patient will not reach independence in his daily life without being able to safely walk and climb stairs again. Therefore, the physiotherapy staff as well as the patient himself gives first priority to practicing these two essential skills.

The DST is the only physiotherapy equipment that enables safe and easy practice of walking and stair climbing and all at a very compact and affordable price.

Being able to adjust the height of the steps precisely to suit each patient's level enables patients to begin step exercises during the very first stages of rehabilitation, immediately after they are able to walk - and sometimes even before.

How does the Dynamic Stair Trainer works?

The DST is very easy to use. Just press the buttons of the hand control and adjust the height of the stairs to your patient's needs.

How does the DST save your institute time, money and space?

Space saving:

The DST combines two separate space consuming devices: Staircase and parallel bar. Thus each DST save an average of 3 squares meters (10 squares feet) 

Time saving:

No need to improvise before each session and no need to look for a suitable staircase for your patient. You can instantly move from one session to the next by simply pushing a button and adjusting the height. 

Money saving:

The two features above saves lots of money as well as making the work of the physiotherapy staff more efficient. 

What is the secret of the DST that made its enormous success?

The secret in one word is "adjusting". The ability to instantly adjust the height of the stairs to your patient’s current stage and to raise the height as he or she makes progress is the main reason why this device instantly became the physiotherapists' favorite worldwide.

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Testimonials

We have been using the DST exerciser in our institute for the past year. We would like to say that the exerciser is very user-friendly and easy to operate, both for the physiotherapist and for the patient. The dev...

Nava Herschkovitz, Head Physiotherapist
Shoham Geriatric Center
Jun 23, 2002

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